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First Ladies of Poverty Foundation Book Club

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Join us to discuss texts curated weekly by First Ladies of Poverty Foundation on business, investing, wealth building and poverty reduction.

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Join our community book club to discuss texts curated weekly by First Ladies of Poverty Foundation on business, investing, wealth building and poverty reduction.

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First Ladies of Poverty Foundation programs and opportunities make the journey to escaping generational poverty or a paycheck-to-paycheck lifestyle much easier to understand and more importantly, simple to get started doing.

Our bookclub is for our book lovers who want to read FLP recommended texts and discuss them weekly to advance in their journey to financial literacy, wealth building, business, entrepreneurship and poverty alleviation.

OUR BOOKSTORE

Want to see what we have been reading / what we are reading next and get yourself a copy on a discount while supporting local businesses? Browse our online bookstore to shop discounted and curated texts by First Ladies of Poverty Foundation for personal development (becoming the best version of yourself, lifestyle and mindset), financial literacy and wealth building, poverty alleviation and recommended reads from our founder and CEO !

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Organizer First Ladies of Poverty Foundation

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An award-winning organization that creates, hosts and promote entrepreneurship and passive income investing programming for BIPOC/Minority and underpriviledged communities. We offer an academy (classes and enrichment), mentor-ship and membership support to hard-working and talented entrepreneurial minded BIPOC individuals seeking a personal blueprint to attain personal, professional and financial success while facing and overcoming systemic barriers of oppression.

Long-Term Vision

The long-term vision: to create a universal framework for at least 50% of poverty reduction in America and leave behind a legacy of poverty reduction impact work, starting with our research from students coming into our program, as well as our community development work related to systemic racism and various forms of systemic oppression in America, the American government and internal community analysis.

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